Elianne Magaña has completed coursework in the Marine Biology program at the University of Belize and has volunteered with the Environmental Research Institute (ERI). Her volunteer work includes data collection, monitoring and data analysis of the marine environment along the Turneffe Atoll. She considers her work as a volunteer researcher to be vital in protecting the environment. Elianne has also worked at the Belmopan Medical Center as an Ob/Gyn assistant, providing postnatal care for patients. Her long term goal is to become the Minister of Natural Resources of Belize and work for the best interest of all citizens while maintaining a balanced ecosystem. Elianne was born in Havana, Cuba, and moved to Belize at the age of 3; her son’s name is Samer.
- Adriana VarillasAdriana Varillas was 28 when selected as a GOJoven Fellow and was a writer for the La Voz del Caribe newspaper, based in Cancun, with a circulation extending throughout the northern part of Quintana Roo. She specializes in writing about the environment, but also covers gender, human rights, politics...